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Record Second Quarter for Marine Harvest

The Marine Harvest Group achieved an operational EBIT of NOK 901 million in the second quarter of 2013, compared to NOK 231 million in the corresponding quarter of 2012.

Marine Harvest Group reported operational revenues and other income of NOK 4.445 million (NOK 4.005 million) in the second quarter of 2013. Total harvest volumes were 79,438 tonnes in the quarter.

"Backed by a strong market, Marine Harvest delivers the best second quarter in history. Naturally, we are very pleased with these results. As a consequence we are proposing an extraordinary dividend of NOK 0.05 per share. The future prospects for Marine Harvest are also good. We are ramping up production estimates with 55,000 tonnes in 2014, to 390,000 tonnes," said CEO Alf-Helge Aarskog.

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